Fox News CEO leaves

Fox News CEO leaves

World July 21, 2016 21:27

- Chairman Roger Ailes of the major US news channel Fox News has resigned because of numerous complaints of sexual harassment. CEO Rupert Murdoch took his place temporarily.

This was reported by the parent company Thursday night. It is not clear yet which scheme Ailes and Fox News have taken. Ailes (76) was the figurehead of the American television world and was considered one of the most powerful media tycoons.

According to Ailes' attorneys he had in recent days in talks with Fox News. He would also advocates women who accuse him to make arrangements. Nbsp;
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The news, part of 21st Century Fox, owned by the British media tycoon Rupert Murdoch, plays an important role in the presidential election.

According to media researcher Nielsen Fox News leading the viewership. Fox supports the Republican candidate Donald Trump.

After host Gretchen Carlson accused her colleague Megyn Kelly, the chief executive of their employer Fox News sexual harassment.

Kelly would investigate the harassment of the Fox News chief Roger Ailes declared by lawyers that they fell prey to sexual comments and advances.

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